The president of the Secondary and Preparatory School Teachers and Other Staff Unions has filed two complaints against the president of the Private Secondary Education Authority (PSEA) with the Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) and the Financial Crimes Commission (FCC). The reason given is that the union's numerous requests and requests addressed to the PSEA remained unanswered.

According to Patrick Freyneau, president of the union, the PSEA is not respecting its commitments. The complaint filed with the CCID concerns the transfer of rectors, while the one filed with the FCC relates to the 2022 'scheme of service', which the director of the PSEA is said to have modified without the approval of the union.

Contacted by telephone, PSEA management stressed that it does not feel threatened in any way and did not wish to comment. A source close to management indicated that the PSEA carries out its work in accordance with the laws and regulations in force.

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